What did you do to your foxbody mustang today?

Bdubbs

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Took the vert out last night, with the top down of course.
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Motor in and everything freshened. Before and after pic

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Played around with a digital dyno thing. Not big HP numbers, but the tiny turbo and stockish cam makes torque............. (and only 8 PSI)

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Love it. Looks pretty much stock under there. If it weren't for the polished piping, the average Joe may thing it is all original under the hood.
Nice job man.
 

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Finally got my car back on the road since putting it away in October. New brakes/seals/bearings, posi unit, 31 spline axels and 3:73's.

My daughter, Shelby, wanted to take it to breakfast the other morning. Yes, she picked Waffle House too lol.
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Love what you've done to it. Tastefull and eye catching. Your daughter, Shelby, is adorable. I remember my granddaughter back when I had my 1994 Callaway Camaro always wanting to go out to eat in it. She was about Shelby's age. The highlight was her going with me (with her mom & dad) to a Super Chevy regional event where I won First Prize in my Class. She was SO excited when my name was announced. Great times that I'll never forget. You'll never forget these times with your daughter, either.
 

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Pulled the car out of the garage to button up loose ends. Touched up some interior trim, set the camber and started working on setting the toe. Also reinstalled the front inner fender liners. Siphoned off the old gas, put a borescope inthe tank to inspect and filled with 5 gal of fresh gas. Runs MUCH better now.

I just need to go over the brakes one more time to bleed them and we can start cruising for the first time in 3 years.

I have new 18" wheels for it, but still waiting on two to show up, plus I need to get tires. Prob install them in the spring at this rate.

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My son tries to do stuff himself and I respect that. But changing a control arm by yourself on the gravel is brutal. I have a nice concrete floor at my shop and it will be much easier to do the other side


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Thank God you have a concrete floor. I can't even begin to imagine changing anything on a gravel driveway. :eek:
 

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